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Poster: splue Date: Jul 5, 2011 1:02am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: POEM ON THE 4TH (Non-dead)

http://www.archive.org/details/gd86-07-04.senn-satellite.carman.13565.sbeok.shnf


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Poster: polarized blue Date: Jul 5, 2011 1:27pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: POEM ON THE 4TH (Non-dead)

Just wanted to chime in, because that was my first Grateful Dead concert. I was thinking about that day 25 years ago and how I knew right there and then, this is what it's all about. Of course, maybe not the greatest show, but I took a chance, rolled the dice, played my hand and never looked back. Not really the beginning of my love for their music and July 95 certainly was not the end of it either. Listened to a sample of Charlie Miller's new digitals for 7/8 and 7/9, 1995 and will be giving them a heartfelt listen when I get a chance. Charlie Miller also gave us a copy of the soundboard for 7/4/86, which I prefer to the Audience because the audience copy has some noise or quality like someone was tapping on the mic stand or the chair next to the microphone along to the drums of Mickey and Billy. I could be wrong, maybe it was the actual drums being picked up a little too overdriven by the mics. What do I know, maybe it's not even this copy of the audience I had a problem with, my old cassette I got a hold of suffered with the problem too. But I do prefer this SDB. There is also a video out on the internet for this show, good quality, and the show was filmed because part of it was broadcast on Farm Aid TV via satelite around the nation. I had a Happy 4th, but I live overseas. I started a new job yesterday, but over here it was just a Monday to everyone else. I made the most of it and so far enjoying the job.

http://www.archive.org/details/gd1986-07-04.sbd.miller.89997.flac16